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Regional Heads want WICB Meet


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ST GEORGE’S – CARICOM Heads of Government have requested an “urgent meeting” with the embattled West Indies Cricket Board, in a move aimed at having the far-reaching recommendations of the Cricket Review Panel report implemented swiftly.

Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell, who is Chairman of CARICOM’s Cricket Governance Committee, told a media conference here yesterday that contact had already been made with the WICB regarding the critical meeting that could ultimately determine the future of the board and the sport in the region.

Mitchell said WICB president Dave Cameron had informed him of a pending meeting on December 12 but he had indicated that the urgency of the situation demanded an earlier date.

“The Prime Ministerial sub-committee, together with a few other Heads, have consulted and agreed we should write the West Indies Cricket Board for an urgent meeting with the sub-committee and any other heads who wish to attend,” Mitchell said. (CMC)

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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